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Sunanda Pushkar death: Subramanian Swamy seeks court’s nod to allow him to assist

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On Saturday, 7th July 2018, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor appeared before the Patiala House Court in Delhi in connection with his wife Sunanda Pushkar’s death case. The judge said that there is no requirement to file a formal bail as an anticipatory bail had already been granted by the sessions court when court granted bail to the Congress leader.

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During the hearing, the public prosecutor and Shashi Tharoor’s counsel opposed the applications moved by advocate Subramanian Swamy seeking the court’s nod to allow him to assist in the prosecution in the case. Tharoor’s counsels questioned Swamy’s locus standi in the case.

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The public prosecutor and Shashi Tharoor’s counsel conflicted the applications moved by advocate Subramanian Swamy seeking the court’s nod to allow him to assist in the prosecution in the case as Tharoor’s counsels questioned Swamy’s locus standi in the case.

In Defend, Swamy said that he wants to ensure that the trial is fair and that the Delhi Police does not mess up the case. “Today, the Delhi Police and counsel for accused said my position is not maintainable. I argued it under section 302 CrPc, I am entitled. The question of maintainability is irrelevant. I am here to see that trial is fair and Delhi Police does not botch it,” Swamy said.

July 26th is the date that court has set for the scrutiny of documents and consideration of the application.

Also Read: Subramanian Swamy takes potshots at Shashi Tharoor’s bail verdict

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